The Law Can Take Your Assets. But they Can’t Ignore your Rights.
The law regarding asset forfeiture is clear. Generally speaking, if you have been charged with a felony drug crime the state will be able to confiscate your property. You face losing your car, truck, RV, boat, home, and money, Once property is seized, the burden is on you to show that the property was not used in illegal activities.
When you are fighting to protect your rights, it comes down to experience
Asset seizure laws are complex and require extensive knowledge of how judges interpret the evidence. An experienced attorney is the key to helping you protect your property rights. The attorneys of Palmer George PLLC have experienced defense lawyers who have been involved in hundreds of drug cases involving asset forfeiture. We know the rules and how state and federal prosecutors play the game.